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Old 03-10-2009, 09:29 PM
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Yes we do...but they're not as colorful. Maybe its because it was caught in a creek instead of a lake or dam
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Old 03-10-2009, 09:45 PM
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Thanks guys. It was a fun couple of hours. About this time every year, the white and yellow bass start running up the creeks that feed into the Tennessee River. It is a lot of fun after winter and finicky trout!
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Figured I'd start now that I learned how to post pictures. SoHo 3/7/09.
Think it was on a pheasant tail or a midge.
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Congrats, Rachel! 13 in a row and counting!
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Thanks Charlie! Just waiting on you now!
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Old 03-18-2009, 08:45 AM
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Got away from work early yesterday to fish the SoHo. As I approached the river saw 3 rainbows working. Had on my trusty English Pheasant Tail. Of course it was the smallest one that ate, but a solid 12-14" fish to start the day....which turned out to be a pretty good one.



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Old 03-18-2009, 09:20 AM
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Nice fish Mike! I fished the SoHo Monday. Has the river cleared after all the rain?
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Old 03-18-2009, 09:25 AM
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Thanks FLYFSN. And Yes, the river has cleared from the rain.
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Got away from work early yesterday to fish the SoHo. As I approached the river saw 3 rainbows working. Had on my trusty English Pheasant Tail. Of course it was the smallest one that ate, but a solid 12-14" fish to start the day....which turned out to be a pretty good one.



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MtMike,
I'm new to flyfishing for trout, so just a quick question, is this a "wild Rainbow" because it looks different than the Rainbows ive caught on the Caney? I belive they are stockers. It also reminds me of a Cut Throat Trout. Thanks for the clairification.
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Old 03-20-2009, 07:45 PM
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Bigpopper, I know that they stock plenty of rainbows in South Holston. But, I also believe that there are quiet a few wild 'bows in that river as well. Someone may want to correct me on that, but I do know that I see plenty or rainbows in spawning mode in the late winter. Some of the "hold-over" stocked 'bows can turn into pretty nice fish as well.
While South Holston is know for its wild browns I believe it also has plenty of nice 'bows. I have caught some good ones over the years. While I have caught plenty of nice ones when there was no camera I posted a picture here http://littleriveroutfitters.com/for...ad.php?t=11366
shortly after purchasing a digital waterproof camera, of one of the really nice ones with a camera present. Saw a few nice 'bows on the river today, but didn't get any of the good ones to hand.

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